I have been working on to send CDR data from Cisco Call Manager Express (CME) to an FTP Server but it doesn't send it. I can manually copy the files to the same FTP server via the same username/password. You can find below some configuration details:
I also tested to send to another FTP server and I get exactly same results.
The user "ipera" has all the privileges.
My opinion is that CME tries to append the CDR data to an existing file. It looks for a file which has same name as CME created. However, there is no file which is named as CME created because CME created the file with different names everytime. File name includes the date and time information; such as "cdr.Router1.03_16_2012_06_55_53.012"
If it cannot successfully send the CDR file to the FTP server, it creats the file under flash as default. However, the name of the file is also different with the one that it was trying to send.
I am really confused. Can someone please make any comment on whether or not this is a bug? If not, how can I send teh CDR data to the FTP server automatically?
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